This image is the Program Activity Architecture of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada for 2011–2012.

Across the top of the horizontal chart is a list of the department’s strategic outcomes:

The Government:
Good governance and co–operative relationships for First Nations, Inuit and Northerners

The People:
Individual, family and community well–being for First Nations and Inuit

The Land and Economy: Full Participation of First Nations, Inuit and Métis individuals and communities in the economy

The North
Self–reliance, prosperity and well–being for the people and communities of the North

Office of the Federal Interlocutor
Socio–economic well–being of Métis, Non–Status Indians, and urban Aboriginal people

Under the strategic outcomes is a list of the program activities that support each strategic outcome, and sub–activities that support these program activities.

The Government
The program activity Governance and Institutions of Government is supported by sub–activities First Nation Governments, and Institutions and organizations.

The program activity Co–operative Relationships is supported by sub–activities Negotiations of Claims and Self–Government; Specific Claims; Inuit Relations; and Consultation and Engagement.

The program activity Treaty Management is supported by sub–activities Implementation of Modern–treaty Obligations; Management of Treaty Relationships; and Management of Other Negotiated Settlements.

The People
The program activity Education is supported by sub–activities Elementary and Secondary Education; First Nation and Inuit Youth Employment Strategy; Post–secondary Education; and Cultural Education Centres.

The program activity Social Development is supported by sub–activities Income Assistance; National Child Benefit Reinvestment; Assisted Living; First Nations Child and Family Services; and Family Violence Prevention.

The program activity Managing Individual Affairs is supported by sub–activities Registration and Membership; Management of Moneys; Estate Management; and Treaty Annuities.

The program activity Residential Schools Resolution is supported by sub–activities Common Experience Payments; Independent Assessment Process; Commemoration; and Support to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

The Land and Economy
The program activity Aboriginal Economic Development is supported by sub–activities Aboriginal Entrepreneurship; Activation of Community Assets; and Strategic Federal Investments and Partnerships.

The program activity Federal Administration of Reserve Land is supported by sub–activities Additions to Reserves; Registration of Rights and Interests in Reserve Lands; Clarity of Reserve Boundaries; and Environmental Management.

The program activity Community Infrastructure is supported by sub–activities Water and Wastewater Infrastructure; Education Facilities; Housing; Community Infrastructure Assets and Facilities; and Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency.

The North
The program activity Northern Governance and People is supported by sub–activities Political Development and Intergovernmental Relations; Nutrition North; and Climate Change Adaptation.

The program activity Northern Science and Technology is supported by sub–activities Northern Contaminants and Science Initiatives.

The program activity Northern Land, Resources and Environmental Management is supported by sub–activities Oil and Gas; Mines and Minerals; Contaminated Sites; Land and Water Management; and Environmental Management.

Office of the Federal Interlocutor

The program activities are Urban Aboriginal Strategy, Métis and Non–Status Indian Organizational Capacity Development, and Métis Rights Management.

On the lower line of the PAA is Internal Services Program Activity. It is supported by sub–activities Governance and Management Support; Resource Management Services; and Asset Management Services.